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September 25, 1900 (vol. 11, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…Wbe o to 1' k o VOL. Y1L ANN ARBOR, MIR., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1900. No. 2. Announcement I~Our special line' of foreign and BUT FEW CANDIDATES. First Day Finds the Usual Conditions Existant. Yi-i-erI-da vale lirst. afternoon oi f domestic fabrics l~l~i 1feeis il e h ol balseoon of 11001. Froissft abolsle- For the Fall and Winter of 1900o has ly -n(tising 1-au 1)3eljudgedl asto svlat arrived and is arranged foria spec- aliii- lean tha...…

September 25, 1900 (vol. 11, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…Published Daily (Sundays except'dl btrntge - ~Cullege year at THE UNIVERSITY OF MICRIGAN _ ~ MANAGING EDITOR,' 0. H. HANS, 'I1 BUSINESS MANAGER, F. ENGELHAHIS.'1 L EDITORS: ATHLETICS, - G. D. HrntsTr, Ex , iF A. HMcotlA-LL,'0HlE. L.J7. MsxTueui)s '01 W. A. KttNittx ,-'01 I. V. T'. Esuss '03 MISS LILLIAN I(. SAulso. '03. As yet it is entirely too early to say muhlt ais reglitd lti Msiiga's Iprospiects for at siujig Ionai. Tilico is anl enror- n...…

September 25, 1900 (vol. 11, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

… 3 THE UNIVERSITY7 OT MICIIGAN DAILY N ew D iscovery in B otan ical G ard en s A t the M ech an ical L ab oratory . A~ h u h t e b t n c l ' l o o 1 t n o l L l e p e n u b r AR S BO- TR eaosptooSosnot this year iqute lilo to rotS ~ ~ ootoooot nr-~ ~ ~ 1R S E O K T R te sandiocol'of lootste a ofit,;totyv. 'tt toie uing 10 stbinetogettoletl nore isoconeerneod, it i0 still of retotolt50 fet Tht. e taddltitiot ontoplt'ed. interest. Among the otan...…

September 25, 1900 (vol. 11, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…TlE UNIVERSITY OF TAICHIGAN DAILY. College Text=Books OEM 5 4 ' ! ej!' ^9.. p e' yf .A . ft New and Second=Hand. FIRST YEAR. SECOND YEAR . THIRD YEAR. Anson on Contracts. Perry's Common Law Pleading. Cooley's Principles of Constitutional Law. Cooley's Blackstone. Hutchin's Cases on Equity. Boyd's Cases on ConstitutionalLaw Cooley on Torts. Mechem's Elements of Partnership. Tiffany on Sales. Mechem's Cases in Partnership. Hutchins on Equity...…

September 25, 1900 (vol. 11, iss. 2) • Page Image 5

…THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY. 4M. HIGH-CLPRSS TAkL OR ING MICIGA CETRA MrNsF1JRNIS$iNGS Alarm locks $L CETALTNDaaraFlsRoute... Beatifui Lines of... U. of M. Pis 50C to $1.00. Fine TakNTefectSepDATeME , i -oNECK WEAR, FANCY SIR lTS, GOLF' ROSE, Watch Repairing a Specialty. Tain ffc Sptmerr, go GL GIN AS.U. of M. SWEATERS, I.NDERW~IARil, FANCY HOSIERY i. L. CAPMAN, JEWELER, Dtrot Night Expresse .........555A .26 MaiSuh. AtatcEpes...............…

September 25, 1900 (vol. 11, iss. 2) • Page Image 6

…THE UNIVERSITY 01 MICHIGAN DAILY A _FULL LINE 'fYMNASIUM FOOTBALL, GOLF GOODS ,:Ca-n be found at Our Store 320 S. STATE STREET. Detroit, Ypsilanti and Ann Ar- bor Railway. 7ars leave for Detroit and Ypsilanti cqveFry half our, Deginning at 7:15 a. im. u n,,i' 7:45 p. i.; After that to Detroit at :45 p. nai., 9:45 p. m. and 11:15 p. m. W'tiug room, coroer Aoo aod Main e--- Detroit. lt Griswold st. Burchf iel dts Fine Taloring Trade... Our sar...…

September 25, 1901 (vol. 1, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

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September 25, 1901 (vol. 1, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY-NEWS WILD 60. LEADING MERCHANT II1IL0R~ OUR FALL LINE is the best wve have ever shown, containfng ALL THE Black and Blue Styles, and a very fine line of Fancy Suitings and Trouserings in the latest patterns and color- ings. The largest assortment in the state. WILD0. oSE.Washington 5t. r, QUARRY'S IFOR Drugps DA ICIO EW S i' *tt'll~l't'i}tilt' Iit i'tit dh' li' Ii it 1111 t h l ii 1(1':I 4 111;;:11 f 'tII liltji '1i \'i it \...…

September 25, 1901 (vol. 1, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY-NEWS 'Illtue looleenilil, ofK Men's Furnishings and Hats i heiicity. The + sole igeli ill ,A11i:Aridor for tie celehii Ill Y PS ILANTI i 'NOR 1)1W LA11. 1MA'N ITATT1"AN SlitITSid)It OWI t) I fATS. + ++ +~ 200-202 S. Main Street. __ __ JOHN .tLORSNZOHAS. DIETAS EXCELSIOR LAJMbRT To to )is A1\11uME DRY WORK R SPECIALTY; HANDWORK 60I EAST WILLIAMS STREET 11,5 WI.ST HU11ON ST., Thone 506 .. SMOKE'4...4444.+4....44. " + ++EYTA DE...…

September 25, 1901 (vol. 1, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY-.NEWS WA1 iiNE,.R & CO. sc i3: 171 dSt~t~ "itrs1 S11r7 io.1 TAILORS pohino n slm. If ys ogiaeconsiderm invtlisin_ 123 South tlain Street for 'men' wer.7et s taIkiovn ihvu ENGINERS!BETTER TH)AN EVER ENGINEERThe SCIILEEDI DRAWING INSTRUMENTS Sn C>oe ani oe u. I miake tmy headyi rteo, it SCII X I itS 1 . J. SCI1E I1lfIOST' L 1 1; lb iiil ?Mai Sitret.34 stt AMUK. M. DUDLEY, '02 ENG. rIKIKIIh[f d osdll oln 1 707 NORH k ill N1IR.S...…

September 25, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…_______ ~ ~~~ ,lUNIVERSTYOF MC A.___ 1 4i [ N ) ~ I M 1 o l't Yif F'1 ARo. N0OTIMELO Men\rdH tc l a S ti st P10-i LoP * *~ NE FRAERNIYiHOsE P ii'o~oi tt:.t : ( _t.. f Hot .I oy.h f o-t. ( ioolaAb llEfl1111 iS El i F?1 in a ton Iow o VoiPo \ed Pt h i I '' Oo it I 0 in tite kan dike o I i 0 m 1 I I t.i t O . iWt PiCES. Pteoi'o N 1w ( ill )t T f )f Fi]I\ ;11311 .ice t), 1) ;ice iC 3 i 1'IIr ltl7lit l'i;lt ?1 11it' tIll! tl t.) tl)) New V. of M. C...…

September 25, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

…. lLNI TheI IN )AL'NEW b - mssD.L/C~r~ have just receiv- ed a new line of, Woolens for fall, and winter. The' largest assort- ment:., in.. the_ ciy BU1SINE.SS -IANAliFR(, T. 7rt ( -.15. C .1 ~' v OO(s New and Second Hand. [rhe Best 'it Fountain PEN In the City. New & second Hand Books 177 ir Ila.tste''W n 177 II ,8 I1 SHEEHA & CO - 7- --- ---- £ 4 r nia/ rs it t k TextBooks willNewv andI Second Hand B Oror(stres " 1- (A.5 5. at1 I ' ily of 0 -...…

September 25, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 3

…THlE MICHIG~AN DAILY-NEWS - - S. L. A. ~Tckots ETI y our Work IN, ti Neuv_ We a~-1;II i:0t11' " It T[l 4 ,i s oodyea~rr' ii t h > l1 J e iV=Ca sell b' Corner ~r (7 r -tj Corner State ad Liberty Streets J ~yo our own Pen x Fom 15 fitted with a 14-Karat TOSOLID GOLD PIEN forM $7.0 $"1.00 AS ALEADER.\P %e Every Penk Sold By Us is Guaranteed to Give Perfect ,Satisfaction. 1 °\ - u. t r ., . z 'v t'S: "2. ? :_ c ,i~iy, ,y,,' .. ' w,.t. r' + - i 4" ...…

September 25, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 4

…ThtE MICtiIGAN IAILY-MIEWS Cood Morning. Have You Read the DaIC~ B Delivered DailY Before brea fast _ SPE1_CIAL PM/ZES TO SUBSCRIBERS. Not oPen to snbsc-rii ron lubin1We (T IIf N f,1 1 0lIt' I(F r e 11 ee , ff E A ),[Itjv I II tbsl-blt 'loN eivery until paid in full. it illllNews.Ii C Mail subscription price to Daily, ...... ...... ...News, City. Hazing Resolutions Il,2 :11'sltil r )o 1411 '\ 4i1 . 1 ' lli 4 I I ' ltl i~~' 4t 1 1 1 i r,.t 1ltl...…

September 25, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 5

…THE ICHIGCA\DAILY-NEW AUTI IMN A PPAREL This is worthy YOUR ,ATTENT~ION FOR ME.N OF 1"FA SHION ( I I ASl' I iL H HjAE r 'f t xiI~i l I llill l' ea I. 1e Wel hat.tN X' 111 tei l xx ixx rli I ix 11 ST E IN BOHCOMPANY, LINDENSCHMITT & APFEL. 1i w l lakf, , I i BACTERIOLOGY, BIOLOGY, HISTOLOGY or PATHOLOGY kp lostruinents &Splies 1, _ l h s a o a oi4'E B E R B A C H & S O N , M PE RS U R S N D Branch Store on State St. PALACE AND PARISIAN - j - -...…

September 25, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 3) • Page Image 6

…fil II~I IltA21N lIA ILY->NL\VS PUR:TA I1 U HairBuilics, Comobs, loudi Soap, Sponges, du---e' erg tl nug t or r yor room. 1,EN1>11'-,' FiePicturesl'~w~ Ait (9 llwOe e lt' it ;t,' +DeFRIt)S ALINSPHrMACY . ". . StaBin I., Z P' han,'S N(i1T Zahria'sMarket. Choice M eats for FrzaternityTrade.' 1_41,x'PRICE SO0 ~Toilet Goods z kJ A BRON'SDRUG STORE O ri : 1 M. 4 n11 r .0 1111?s0 Lock repairing, key fitting GEN'ERAL 1IACIIINEWORKONE\I0 WM. J. WINGER...…

September 25, 1906 (vol. 17, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

… W Olt f V1 H ++ y} y 11 J /V/ ! l yam "f l ' . }( it r _ t.t " '" 'yi ^' I - - ' =>r _"_ , . ° -f v , as - it . r ..- ; ' _ - ' _ > s c. . ... . - _ - y yr >, i r vi. ir, .. r, . _, / i r V. r. V v . v -+ f _ ~ 1. ... .. f, _ _ I t - _ ... , . r '' _ "f. _ _. l -- u ..t . . v *{ ._ . f. f. .f - r. - .. t .. '- t .- l I .- r, _ 1 _ a . _ r - '- : - ^f r t f. . ..__ Y, ^- R 1. "" f - 'j= r t , n f f . : _ v J w-. ^ N' "v J J r r : r t .. + ...…

September 25, 1906 (vol. 17, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…t n-Woolens oreoa ehoice, ionf 101 11 e lt of Foreign .tnil I1nin, t toiio o* ; We Showe pm, : cin(nd to us for this t ~e pefetly safe iu pliac- n+rpif, enpeel 01 iiin-very hight, Sir -,ie o toiliieeean ordert u II (w IBtz ill ou r lielee iiith al t11ol1,il 11,'1iee ~oy If we 11na ( iiyour liitnci s il i take c'lre if itself. (0.Ii. WILI)CO. 311 S. State St. IF 0 1 WiIHiT Save lMoney oi y or I Boiks tnd I totru- too its buy at The Students'IBo...…

September 25, 1906 (vol. 17, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGA.N DAILY . ,..3' - ° : ;, _ , d, ,° - .. t, , ~ ', k 'I :+.. rf 4 __ J 9 8 A P ts tne igh pr1iced tmerchant tailor shop where voil knots I) titi-,-i .serest iressers in town are in the htabit oi- going, and l)at them patterns and the styles. Ask what he wants to taitor alit tomeature ou t of the cloth yoo fancy. Then come hack here ;il!scif we'vcn t reisely the same sotrts of fiabic s and just as csir 'ii i's in C OL[[6[BRAND C[O...…

September 25, 1906 (vol. 17, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY LAMPS I '1!Tw.(1 r:Student linowith Whit :shade, $2.25 1to $6.oo itoRo(yal w ithsii white shade, - 75C to $I.50 11 o 'on Ilipo ~liillttO - - - $1.oo to $5.0o tf l aoip T11)otop to - - - o to 75c (Ctr Red Star Oil his nto clial in quality in this narket. It ,0hit ight. (lollit smoke the chimney, does not fill 'a51 ,,ii tsikenting o(lor. Sold in Ann Arhor only hy DEAN ft CO., Ltd., 214 S. Main St. i i 4 °?1ENITAL PARLORS. t...…

September 25, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…The MichianDaily ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1907. N.2 Vol{. XVIII. NO. 2. VETERANS JOIN FOOTBALL S9QUAD Ne tn and Sullivan Finally Put ne A perac-ofly Scrim- nmage Today. Wish tite appearance it football re- galia of"Fredl Newton, tend and tackle on the itnft eleven, tle list iof veterans uitott whomn Coach Yost wiii largly de- pentdtt regan the prestige tat was nter Mich igan's,, was practically completed yesterday. New...…

September 25, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHMIAN DAILY- G H U!THE MICiIiJAN DAILY. G ..rnWld, C.omlpally if it(OlOgIndito-.sT'I.SCO TT2IWiI I~ ~ ~~~~~uits __________________ nC agc" -C. F. XV]S'AD The Largest Stock in the City _ .,o f . ... .. Exclusive Styles ill W O LNFor Geutleiueus Wear E very thing requiied for Suits, OvercoatstFancy \ estie s, n Trouiserings, ad if highlclas fabrics aridspeciat styli. Full Dress Suits a Specialty G. Hf. Wild Comipally 311 South State Str...…

September 25, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…TH5II MICI'GAN DAILY Sam Burclifield's Fine Tailoring Trade Can Deliver The Goods Sam Burchfied & C.EAST HURON ST. The best FOUNTAIN PEN in the city FOR ONE D -LLAR at Brown's Drug Store 120 E. Liberty St. ALARnI CLOCKS $1.00 $1.50 $1.75 All the best inalk's and fatly -uarateet. MICHIIGAN PINS AND FOBS 25c up to $5.00 FINE WATCH REPAIRINti A SPECIALTY. WatctjInspector for the Ann Arbor Railroad J. LCHAPMAN 206 S. MAIN ST. Branch: 304 S. State...…

September 25, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…THlE MICHIGAN DAILY Suits and Overcoats to Measur UNIVERSITY NOTICES 'HENRY r CO. TAILORS High Class piTe irst meeting of the Graduate .] LRr 1 Mrhads $1500 to $40.00 IMrchadis .0 t $ 0.0 70Seminary, Corse g. will te heltt TuesF R IH R tay, (.t. i, at 11, HATTERS Popular Prices X~E xpect to gain many new and firm friends Corse 7 in rhetoric. "nterpetations '~wih urauum adwite dspayof e offered this year in two scton: Directly North of ]Law Bi4...…

September 25, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…, # , I ~~~i. ' E) '0 .. ...... ._ d. .... ....,,.. ,. ..... A - " x 5.-"^ r 06 n t ' . ' ,,u ; ti . . -: y ... Xo71 } ;jO SLCtlON: A:NN AF~.I3OR, MICI-II(~ kN, MONDAY, SPPTFU\l UWR ~ 1927 rI'1 T. I ACE 1PfTCE FIFE Hf .y.. F * F , t S F ,1 ' ' 'Y, t ' _ ._:__ . ._._. ..._ a....._ ., . _...___., ,v.... ...._. _. _ _ .. v : . .. . ,.. . ._.a... JHO O.R 'a ' t Cpl ° . _ _ 4 , :4 t' _ _ <. 4ad .h } y Will Open Tall Term ...…

September 25, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

… F3 qT COUNCIL 113 ILII PEAER BONLQRA)O T, AS~, (APnnIp THIS 14'N ER IN ORATORICAL SERIES1< A lctcure cours;e that will b tinglte of the for)3emosZtspeakers and liter'aryT maen of the Un zited Statces to Ann Ar- bomtl. rsst h ?(;l(._:le --tudets of h University, ha,, been a<rrang.'ed1 and co-mpleted by the Oratoric al Assosc~ia-. lionl. Th c Colls;eOWill be ;pla ced under6 way on Oct«llwen Sir Robert ,Barden~ w ill sp)eak and Avii1 closeo n...…

September 25, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…nning tihe usual social functions. A arty for freshman women to be giv- n at 7:30 o'clock 'Wednesday eve- ng in IBarbour gymnasium is the firstf cial function of the year. Miembership in the league can be E_;su Activities were somewhat limited .his sumumer for the Women's league 'eeause of the com)paratively small unier~of girls attending the Summer sess ion. The 'Women's league is an organization 'of wvomen at ?Michigan, ormned for the purp...…

September 25, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…mber of Western Conference. :iaton. Associated Press is exclus to the use for republicatio dispatches credited to it or n credited in this paper andt published therein. ered at the postoffce at An gan, as second class matter. scription by carrier or mail, ices: Ann Arbor Press Buildir Street. les: Editorial, 2414 and 176- 960. extends her most sincere welcome. Monday During the coming year they will be Board in known as freshmen. They have E...…

September 25, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 1) • Page Image 5

…ALL WOMEN AVERAGE 78.80, MEN 71.14; GENERAL SORORITIES HIGHEST ENTIRE UNIVERSITY AVERAGES 72.51 Women Show Consistently Higher Grades Than Men in Each Group Michigan athletes last year failed to keep their scholastic standing up to the average of the previous year drop- ping from 74.38 to 72.39, a decrease in average of about 2 1-2sper cent, according to the annual scholarship chart showing the relative 'standingsl of the different fraternitie...…

September 25, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 1) • Page Image 6

…MJ L1 ,l J6. ,,..W RIOS BLOW FIELD STRONG RHEAD, GOEBEL, KIRK BACK; WINS MAY BE AVLAILABLE LATER IN SBEASN FRITZ, KIPKE, ROBY, kPPON BACK AT WORK er, Knode, Keefer, and Dunleavy Round Out Strong Offensive" Corps ,u Fielding H. Yost, with his won- il ability as a builder of winning all teams and his 22 years of rience as head coach of Michigan ity elevens mould a center sec- for his forward wall that will ef- .ally plug the gap left by the...…

September 25, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 1) • Page Image 7

…'I, :PECTS TEAM AS STRONG V YEAR; PURDUE HOPE- WITH GREEN SQUAD NSIN' PROSPECTS k; 5 VETS RETURN -n Chinces Impaired ; Purple Planning for ture Campaigns By Ndte: The Daily has made special arrangements to receive accurate weekly reports from other Big Ten athletic camps during the season for each of the major sports. The re- ports here are the first of a series! that will be included in this service. PURDUE Lafayette, Ind., Sept. 24.-Conf...…

September 25, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 1) • Page Image 8

…It AFF a.l TORGS Tally.He was made brigadier gen- FO RMER REGNT OIVeral by President Wilson. General Spaulding's family com- prises his widow, four sons and ono daughter. The children are: John C. Spaulding, Detroit attorney; Frank M. Spaulding, mayor of St. Johns; Brig. Gen. Oliver Lyman Spaulding, Col. Oliver L. Spaulding, Jr.; Major regent of the University from 1858 to Thomas M. Spaulding,sof the United ,,, , Ii-I -__- -E 12-States arm...…

September 25, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 1) • Page Image 9

…I 0 Orr ism., It 1 ialt' JPF - t .,. NO. 1 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1922 PRICE THREE C: AHEH[WSKI AND Chimes, Gargoyle Predict Eextension CpAE A And Improvement During Coming Year 19Editorial and business staffs of the Chimes contest, will appear in the Gargoyle. campus humor magazine, Football number of Chimes. and Chimes, campus opinion monthly, Special Issues Forthcoming are approaching a'working basis, af- ...…

September 25, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 1) • Page Image 10

…it A RESHA I R CAMIP GIVE'S 3 0o BOYS leaders and instructor: at this year's camrp were: G. L. Bowie, '23, WN. A. C(cldberg, grad., 'J. WV. Morey, '22,4 next 4Idls ofn. oulnion and interest in 9i~o& w&4 are reproduced on ouro W' hatLeverx the advantage of ourc gen, fiet l> 'r 3 bumets-d shtould be thea last to underestimate . Ifrei-d t tgitshoud be candidlya amtted that they have the effect of I ltiifug the oportufities for the f r- spon...…

September 25, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 1) • Page Image 11

…n the campus of the r advantages both in advancement and in ey of the various of- ressing the fact that ons offered induce- to lower classmen but ien as well, the man- nd business managers ons have given brief work of their organ- 1 of the official student publica- s are controlled by the Board in ;rol of Student Publications, h is composed of both faculty student members. However, each operates as a unit and is able anage the affairs of its ...…

September 25, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 1) • Page Image 12

…I sw.ing into actioi. these days. 'Alonzo Stag,. coach of Chicago ~U andi one of the zrand old it~ of the game, is as active . s ever. N orthwestern adherents believe that their eleven, under the guidance of Glenn Thistlewaite. former coach of Oak Park (Chi- csago) high, will give the "Big Ten" team,, real r,!-position. Ten" teams real opposition. Iowa, .winner of the conference title last y( , is co '-nt of re- peating under the able coahing...…

September 25, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 1) • Page Image 13

… K ,:" ' '? i Ls ': ! MignThe Dal xedstiht 'ebd ft elMchgn n and Woe hat wloe aktocamu nd, othe University. epcthyer - n2 iggs, istory, f this already .EU is isitton tspana d ingevery= evey th"ngIn ts-poertokee '~n te wih herap!dpors en ae.:n wiI adallyasn unotway oni MihgnUI'lb r acivit oterwie, ill e dealt ithine Dall Th Mlhigii an nd om inerined ihian r di ® actiitiesa et cotnt.-T e-Ofiia ulei, h- fW ich, v r' td n -r, I held re TT...…

September 25, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 1) • Page Image 14

…L W WOMEN WILL BE ENTERTAINED Dawley of the physical education de- partment, and Frances Ames, '23, uresident of the League, will stand in the receiving line. :ing out bills, card indexing ad- isers, etc. When the bills are ly to be collected tryouts are sent. with them. hie circulation department sells magazine. It takes charge of the scription campaign early in thej r and the stand and campus sales ' month throughout the college . They al...…

September 25, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 1) • Page Image 15

… P cIdue to the fact that the studentL lay out and mark a crosswalk on there have gone through a longer North University avenue at this cor- perodof leentryandtehnialner. Respectfully submitted, JTAL ENROLLMENT training than have those of the Unit- GeorgeE. Lewis ed States. e. S. Van Nortwick " 'When interviewed at the time of A. H. Blanchard. his leaving as to his views on the The committee, as announced last- economic conditions in Poland, P...…

September 25, 1922 (vol. 33, iss. 1) • Page Image 16

…I BULLETIN I Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received until 3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. in. Saturday.) Volume 3 MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1922 Number 1 All Students-Opening Assembly: All students are urged to attend the -opening assembly which will be d in Hill Auditorium at 7:30 p. in. Monday, September 25. President= Orion LeRoy Burton will speak on the subject "That Mind of Yours." Members o...…

September 25, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…vi an ~~a1 Secti One ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1923 PAGES PRICE; Fl -- __ .. . . ...._ f 19231824 LECTURE COURSE INCLUDES TENBIGNUMBERS DUNSANY =P L A YS INNOVATION IN NOTABLE LIST -41? SPEAKERS EX-GOVERNOR LOWDEN OPENS COURSE OCT, 12 William Allen White, Judge Ben Lindsey,' Stephen Leacock Also Booked What is expected to be one of the most popular lecture courses given in this University will be opened October 1...…

September 25, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…M TWO THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1°23 PRESIDENT TAKS AT CPENINGCONVOCATION. (Continued from Page One) herited but that both could be correct- ed and are controllable. "There is also an intellectual force I opposing a straight spine. Intense study of the sciences often causes one to lose' his individuality. Anybody with any intelligence knows #hat thej law of cause and effect holds in the inner world as well as the outer world....…

September 25, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY an advisor for certain events which 1 on at once by means of a lever which will take place at a later date. , controls them, and attendance is taken as the girls leave the showers rather [EJ Neatness and comfort are the out- than directly before or after class Istanding characteristics of the new work. The Universities of Wisconsin gymnaAim costume for women which and Chicago have followed Wellsl...…

September 25, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TTESDAY, SEPTE MBER 25., 1923 WFFICIAL 1 EWSPIP1 OF THlE IfNI VERSITIY OF MICHIGAN Publishbed every morning except Monday I rin~g the~ University year by the hoard in ~In#rol of Stu.dent Publications. Mem~bers of Western 'Conference Editorial sociatiol. - Tlhe Associated ';Press; is explusively en-" tled to the use for repulilication of all news ispatches credite d to it:' or not otherwise redied in thi, piper- and the 'l...…

September 25, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 2) • Page Image 5

…TT'T: 'TAY, SEPTEMTBER .25,. 1923 THDE MICHIGAN DAILY MtNTOR STAFFCOMPLETE ITGOPHERiINSTITUTION CO~ACHI SPAU'LDING4 NON-COMMIT. ,,I ON MINNESOTA CHANCES FOR STRIONG AGGREGATION Special to' The Dally Minneapolis, Minn., Sept. 24.-The Nlj'nesota lineup. of assistant coaches ~h'A been practically completed for the coming season, Head Coach S pItzding has announced. Bill's prin- c ubriatsi gridiron train- i 1g ll)b T., N. Metcalf, who w11l b...…

September 25, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 2) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TITXSTAY, EP'TEM BER 25, 19213 /A11 ' WL VERINE! C A CHING "'m 'k - -J AX" A IV-'% *lr"v -- ---- -- ---- - - - - -- r ~~~ES7AKFC7I §MATHER WLL ISSU FXH 0 S H I dI J 1 N 1 .' I T P , ) t i I i Al l ~ TNiWit L j I~wnJ. Mather, coach of the frleshl- man football team, would like to meet: ;1 ::<;><<> ?'all first year men who have ever had X their hands on a football in the athl- :;::>: lotic office anytime' this morning ...…

September 25, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 2) • Page Image 7

…TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1923 THE MICHIGAN DAILY I LASSIFIE ADVERTISING THIS MurrllM CLOSES. AT 3 ?.M.o DlAILY' ULASSI1?IE D RATES 10e per readting line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for .e or more insertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion.' rged at the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, 11c per lng line for three or more insertions. White space charged for at same s. Classifieds char...…

September 25, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 2) • Page Image 8

…PAGE EIGHT THE MICHIGAN DAILY ![ULSDA ,), SEPTTVIIER 25 , DALY OFFICIAL BULLETIN Publication in the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of the University. Copy received by the Assistant to the President until 3:30 p. in. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.) Volume 4 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1923 Number 2 Opening Asembly: All students of the University will assemble in Hill Auditorium at 7:30 p. m., Monday, September24, for the usual Opening...…

September 25, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 2) • Page Image 9

… Section Two Y 43Uf VOL. XXXIV. No. 2 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1923 PRICE, FIVE - - - I 'I-.-- t PRESS' CLUBPLANS FIFTH COIVENTION Union Registers More Than 3,000' 50 NEV MEMBERS RHODES SCHOLAR TO PRACTICE LAW OVER 200 STATE WILL ASSEMBLE THREE-DAY JOU RNALISTS HERE FOR MEET, SIR RODERICK JONES OF REUTERS' TO SPEAK Guests to be Entertained at Ohio State Garnte and Galli-Curci Concert To date a total of well ...…

September 25, 1923 (vol. 34, iss. 2) • Page Image 10

…_____________THE MICHIGAN iDAILY ThEgsDAY, SE New Catholic Chapel At WiLliam And Thompson St. ROOM RENT S SHOW NO INCREASE__THIS YEAR Although the supply of rooms avail-c able does not exceed the demand by as large a number as at the beginning1 of the second semester last year, there1 has been no noticeable increase int the room rent for students, according to Dr. Frederick Wahr, assistant to} the dean of students. In very few cases has the...…

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